2015 Summer activities for LGBTQ Youth

LGBTQ Youth Summer 2015 Activities List

* 1st Saturday’s  – at SpringHouse Center. 6-10pm.   June 6th http://www.mnqyouth.wordpress.org

* Field Trips –  go to www.mnqyouth.wordpress.com for more information or contact: leigh combs 612.728.2079 / lcombs@thefamilypartnership.org

* Youth Pride – Date to be determined.  4-7pm at Matthews park.  For over 15 years after school & on the first Thursday in June LGBTQA youth form schools across the metro & greater metro area. www.mnschooloutreach.org

*KISS Brought to you by the Family Tree Clinicwww.familytreeclinic.org – June 16th – Aug 11th, 11am-2pm • 14-18-year-olds only • Need bus fare? No problem. • Tuesdays and Thursdays

KISS is a summer program for LGBTQ youth and allies to train as sexual

health educators at Family Tree Clinic. This is an awesome opportunity

for you to learn about sexual health issues, be trained as a peer educator,

develop leadership and communication skills, and earn money. • Tuesdays and Thursdays from

Contact Tatum at 651.645.0478 or tbishop@familytreeclinic.org for more information. To apply visit http://bit.ly/kissftc

Applications Due May 31, 2015

*Camp True Colors – Minnesota is for LGBTQA youth ages 13-18

 July 14 – 19, 2015

One Heartland Center

Willow River, Minn.

*What is Camp True Colors?

Camp True Colors – Minnesota is for LGBTQA youth ages 13-18 who may or may not be participating in an out-of-home program. This camp focuses on building a positive community and provides a safe and stigma free place for its participants. The program features traditional camp activities plus LGBTQA relevant educational sessions. Young adults over the age of 18 interested in Camp True Colors may want to consider becoming a volunteer counselor and should contact One Heartland to learn more about the application and training process.Where belonging begins.Contact: Stefanie Tywater-Christiansen, Registration and Travel Manager

stefanietc@oneheartland.org or call 612.824.6464.  www.oneheartland.org

*Friday Nights -An Evening OUT – Rec Night: IN St. Paul.Our An Evening Out event is a recreational program for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning  (LGBTQ) and ally youth ages 14-20 that meets every Friday night, 7pm-11pm, during the school year. Youth have the opportunity to hang out, socialize with friends and enjoy various programming in a safe space monitored by Out For Equity and City of Saint Paul Parks and Recreation. http://outforequity.spps.org/an_evening-out_rec_night

*Twin Cities Pride – June 27 & 28 at Loring Park.  www.tcpride.org